2.) Go to your school's international english education department.
The ensuing discussion was mostly about why this is not a good idea (and some about Dr. I'd made a not very deeply thought out comment about the intrinsic sexism in the situation.
The specifics involved a female grad student dating a male professor (not on her committee) in the department.
Join the athletic/yoga club, go to dance events, go to shows. Last note: You are a TA for godsake in STEM don't shit where you eat and get into a drama with one of these chicks. You'll now have access to FOB girls from China, Korea, and Japan, along with some european girls and south american girls.
Undergrad pussy Undergrad pussy Undergrad pussy Etch this into your desk with a metal file. 3.) Join cooking club, there's a lot of 7's, along with 1 or 2 betas. There should be some kind of food court with tables next to it.
Just so you know OP the chicks past college age to go after are: For a better mental experience: Pre-K through Grade School Teachers (Junior High and High School female teachers have mental problems look at how many students they fuck) Nurses Physical Therapists Non-Profit Sector Exercise/Nutrition Professionals Anything that has to do with helping young kids or old people. These get packed around lunch time, so its your excuse to sit down at a cute girls table and make conversation.
For crazy sexual experience (don't date these, fuck and chuck them): Strippers Lawyers Business Chicks Designer/Artist wannabes Models Never grad school chicks. Do all of these 4 and you'll increase your female social circle by a hundred. What are you doing even thinking about going after grad students unless it is a graduate only school?
No matter what the configuration of fields and departments, I fear that a woman dating a senior man is far more likely to have her work attributed to her partner than in the opposite gender configuration.
Any position she gets will likely be rumored to be given to her to keep her partner.
But this is true of any academic pair, even those to get together as undergrads and manage to make the relationship work through grad school and post docs.
On more cynical days, I fear the only way for ladies to escape this sort of doubt is pair up with a non-academic.
There is a perception/fear/reality that a woman entering into such a relationship will be plagued in her future with doubts at every step about whether her accomplishments are her own, or due to who she is partnered with. There is too much of a power relationship in the game. At the other extreme is a grad student dating a faculty member in a different field (possibly at a different university).